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William Fernandez scored on a 5-yard run in overtime and caught the PAT that was the difference for Sweet Home in a 34-32 overtime win over Williamsville East.

Saturday's Class A contest was played on Williamsville's District Field.

Jeff Wolf answered with a 20-yard TD run for the Flames in OT, but the PAT attempt failed. QB Sean McMahon was 21 of 29 for 189 yards and two TD passes for Sweet Home. Mike Williamson had a 93-yard kickoff return.

In other Class A games:

Iroquois 42, Amherst 14: Steve Szczepanski (101 yards) had three rushing TDs and caught a pass for another to lead the Chiefs, who rebounded from last week's loss to West Seneca East. Doug Blakowski had 135 yards and two scores while QB John Jiminez for 11 for 15 for 186 yards. Bill Wright scored a pair of fourth-quarter TDs for the Tigers.

Grand Island 44, Lew-Port 7: Sophomore Mike Feathers kicked a school record 45-yard field goal and the Vikings forced three fumbles to win. QB Mick Gallagher threw three TD passes, two to Feathers, and was 5 of 11 for 137 yards. Vikings LB Terry Benton had 10 tackles.

Class AA

Jamestown 28, Kenmore East 7: Jamestown is starting to look like Jamestown again. The defending state champion Red Raiders took advantage of a turnover on the first play of the second half and proceeded to run over visiting Kenmore East. The game pitted the No. 5 (Jamestown) and No. 6 (Kenmore East) teams in The News large school poll.

Josh Singletary ran for three TDs and racked up 161 yards on the ground for the Red Raiders (3-1), who have won two straight since falling to Lancaster.

Kenmore East (3-1) began the second half trailing 7-0, but a fumble gave Jamestown the ball at the East 25. On the next play, Singletary ran a sweep and reached the end zone untouched.

"That turnover really set us all up," said junior linebacker Andy Sturzenbecker. "We got all pumped up and just went on from there."

After a 25-yard TD pass from Mark Bly to Paul DeSantis cut the lead to 14-7, Jamestown came back with six-play scoring drive -- all on the ground. Singletary carried five times, running for three first downs before scoring on a 24-yard run.

Lancaster 38, Kenmore West 13: Kirk Durkin had 119 yards rushing and two TDs to lead the state's No. 1-ranked Class AA school. FB Eric Rupp also had a pair of TDs and finished with 101 yards. Brandon Suchan had an interception and eight tackles. Derek Ziders kicked a 33-yard FG and five PATs. Lancaster (4-0) is also ranked No. 9 in the East by USA Today.

Clarence 28, Williamsville North 14: The Red Devils (4-0) overcame a slow start to beat the Spartans. North jumped out 7-0 after it took the opening kickoff and drove 80 yards. Clarence scored the next 21 points on a pair of TD passes from Justin Bingel (5 of 10, 150 yards) and the first of two rushing TDs by Brad Brunetto. Dan Gronkowski had a pair of TD passes for North.

Lockport 10, Frontier 0: Sophomore Jhamal Fluellen scored on a 27-yard run and Josh DeNardo kicked a 27-yard FG as the Lions snapped a 12-game losing streak. DeNardo was 10 of 20 passing for 162 yards.

Class B

Depew 14, Maryvale 7: Doug Janis caught a 42-yard TD pass from Eric Ellis as the Wildcats improved to 3-1. Ellis had a 1-yard scoring run in the second quarter, but Maryvale took the lead on Chris Kensy's 6-yard run and Adam Richbart's PAT kick.

Southwestern 32, Dunkirk 6: Dustin Bowser ran for 325 yards and two TDs on 34 attempts as Southwestern rolled. Bowser has now rushed for 1,097 yards and 14 TDs this season.

Olean 34, East Aurora 3: Mike Abdo and Wade Gayton combined for four TDs to lead the Huskies. Abdo finished with 152 yards and also had 12 tackles.

Class C

Eden 39, Wilson 6: Mike Calderon and Kiein Williams had two rushing TDs each as the Raiders improved to 4-0. Troy Devlin was in on nine tackles while Josh Soule had eight solos and Kevin Kotarski had seven.

JFK 27, Akron 7: Matt Kapanak rushed for 243 yards and two TDs on 24 carries while Rayshawn Bolden caught a pair of TDs from Craig Rejman as JFK (3-1, 2-1) shrugged of a 7-0 first quarter deficit. Joe Rosak added 10 tackles for the Bears.

Salamanca 58, Cleveland Hill 14: Dustin Ross scored three times and Derrick Murphy scored twice for the No. 1 small school Warriors.

Class D

Clymer 30, Panama 0: Jehuu Caulcrick ran for 159 yards and two TDs for the Pirates (4-0).

Maple Grove 44, Sherman 7: Kyle Swanson ran for three TDs and 116 yards on 18 carries and Peter Briggs had a 75-yard interception return to lead the Red Dragons.

The following games were not reported to The News: Silver Creek at Portville, Franklinville at Chautauqua Lake, Frewsburg at Forestville, Turner/Carroll at Mynderse.

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